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Saint Bonaventure receiving the Habit from Saint Francis
Oil on canvas. 1628
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de
Saint Bonaventure receiving the Habit from Saint Francis
Oil on canvas. 1628
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de

This is one of a series of eight works painted by Herrera and Zurbarán for the church of the Colegio de San Buenaventura in Seville on the subject of the life of that saint (1221-1274). The present canvas depicts the moment when the young Bonaventure kneels before Saint Francis to receive the habit. The palette of earth tones and lively brushstrokes are characteristic of the artist`s style.

Saint Jerome
Oil on canvas. 1640 - 1645
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de
Saint Jerome
Oil on canvas. 1640 - 1645
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de

Saint Jerome is seen in his retreat, studying and reading while listening to the trumpet of the Last Judgment. This is a characteristic work from Herrera’s mature period, which was characterised by a vigorous, energetic brushstroke and human types imbued with vitality and inner force. Also typical of the artist is the construction of the tunic, a fluid, almost monochrome area of paint with soft, l

The penitent Saint Jerome
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1650
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de
The penitent Saint Jerome
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1650
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de

Ha figurado como anónimo hasta su adscripción a Herrera el Viejo por Leticia Ruiz (2017), que lo data hacia 1650, después de una completa restauración.

The Marys
Pencil, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. First half of the XVII century
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de
The Marys
Pencil, Grey-brown wash on yellow paper. First half of the XVII century
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de

It is in fact a variant of another drawing by the artist, with a slight modification to the postures of the figures. In this work, Mary Magdalen opens her arms, while the other saintly women join their own respective hands with sorrowful gestures. However, their gazes converge towards the right where Christ should be present.The fact that this composition is gridded and D2109 is not suggests that

Study of a bearded male head
Pencil on yellow laid paper. First half of the XVII century
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de
Study of a bearded male head
Pencil on yellow laid paper. First half of the XVII century
Herrera The Elder, Francisco de

In precise profile and drawn with the energetic touches of a thick pen probably made of reeds, this head is very characteristic of the rough and harsh but fiercely expressive style that Herrera employed while studying isolated heads.Sánchez Cantón was the first to attribute this drawing to him. Other similar drawings are held in various collections. In addition, he exercised a percep

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